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Prince of Scythia NÚl Nemnach mac Fˇeniusa Farsaid journeyed to Egypt at the invitaion of the Pharaoh, and married the Pharaoh's daughter. He died at Egypt. He was born at Scythia, the younger son. He became such an expert in languages that the Pharaoh of Egypt invited him into his country to teach his people the new languages of the world. He was the son of King of Scythia Fˇenius Farsaid mac Gl˙nfhind and Belait of Latium Prince of Scythia NÚl Nemnach mac Fˇeniusa Farsaid married Princess Scota of Egypt, daughter of Pharaoh Akhenaten IV. King of Scythia Fˇenius Farsaid mac Gl˙nfhind went into Asia, with his son Nel, to work on the Tower of Nimrod (Tower of Babel in biblical history) and were present at the subsequent dispersal of the races after the destruction of the tower. Prince of Scythia NÚl Nemnach mac Fˇeniusa Farsaid was a witness where King of Scythia Fˇenius Farsaid mac Gl˙nfhind opened a great school of languages on the Scythian plain on his return from Asia.
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